What is Computer Science?
Computer science deals with: the nature of and limits to computation; the architecture of computer systems, networks, devices, and languages, and their abstractions; the design of hardware and software systems as they apply to human endeavors such as scientific inquiry, information acquisition, visualization, language, and leisure; and the engineering of complex software systems. A Computer Science degree at SUNY Potsdam prepares you for a rewarding career as a computer professional -- where you apply your computer science knowledge and experience towards improving our lives -- or for further study in graduate school.
"The Computer Science faculty thoroughly prepared me for a career in technology and helped me network with industry professionals. I didn't take a single course that I didn't enjoy.”
Hack Potsdam is a 24-hour student-run hackathon where people meet to engage in collaborative computer programming by working one project with a team for the duration of the event. Hack Potsdam is free and open to all matriculated students over 18, alumni and professors. The event is held at Clarkson in the spring and at SUNY Potsdam in the fall.
Professors Laura Grabowski and Supraja Gurajala
Dr. Laura Grabowski and Supraja Gurajala are the two newest faculty members to join SUNY Potsdam’s growing Computer Science program.